The preservation of the spirit of the Saxon Silbermann school combined with the latest artistic and technical knowledge is characteristic of our organ building workshop.

How we build our organs


The instruments from our workshop are built in our own house from very well trained employees. In Hermann Eule organ building almost every single component is built from our own hands.

The metal pipe building who are melting down the tin and lead bars to the required alloys and the wood working who cut the long dried boards to size are to start. Reed pipes in historical construction are manufactured for the reconstruction of historical dispositions as well as for new organ builds.

Short paths of mechanics, direct and easy playability, good accessibility and simple constructions are important criterias for an organ construction, which are hand made or executed with CAD. Organ cases are build from our own master carpenter and organ builders since the expansion of our workshop in 1991.

Interior and exterior design of our organs reinterpret historical construction methods and are closely related to eatch other.

It is our endeavour to continue to meet the historically grown and qualitatively high demands of Saxon organ building in the future and to make a Saxon contribution to the modern organ building industry with highest quality standards.